A day before we left Sydney, Sui Lin took leave and brought us around Sydney. She rented a car from Green Share Car.
Green Share Car has cars parked around Sydney and you can rent the car using your credit card. The cars are parked at public areas without anyone guarding them. Green Share Car charge per hour. I wonder if such concept would work in Malaysia.
Our first stop was Four ate Five – supposedly to be one of the best cafes in Sydney.
I had the free range eggs with mushrooms. It was okay. Nothing to shout about.
After lunch, we headed Bondi Beach. It’s my second time to Bondi Beach. Timothy Tan brought me here once back in 2004.
It was packed. Many were showing off their beach bods. Some even went topless. Spot the topless chick in this photo.
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We walked to Marks Park to have a little picnic. It was hot but breezy. I roamed around the park while the girls catch-up and enjoy the view.
After our picnic, we tried the famous fried Mars Bar at Bondi Surf Seafood. It’s my second time trying it.
Covered with batter, the Mars Bar will ooze out once you take a bite. It’s rather sweet but worth a try.
But it looks like a piece of turd.
Sui Lin dropped us at the city. I had to meet one of my hengtais who migrated to Sydney. Jin Han and his family bought a place at Castlehill, Sydney. We took a train to his place and he made us awesome lamb ribs for dinner. His daughter Olivia speaks with an Australian accent now. His son Xavier was born last year.
My wife and I headed back to the city around 8 plus because Jin Han and family normally sleep by 830PM.
We were in Sydney for 4 days. We headed back to Melbourne after that.
This marks the end of my Melbourne and Sydney trip postings. It was great seeing my old buddies living in Melbourne and Sydney. Till next time!